Private Equity Process: PowerPoint Template

Private Equity Process: PowerPoint Template
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Strategy and operations in a private equity investment process - Milestones and key steps in the process

Private equity firms follow various steps to acquire, grow and exit an investment. The structured process can often vary from one another depending on the target as well as the nature of the transaction.

This powerpoint template is intended as a starting point on how the typical strategy and operations happens in a private equity investment process. This template needs to be adjusted depending on the deal and nature of the transaction.

Milestones and Key Steps

Deal identification

  • Right investment focus / thesis
  • Market assessment
  • Identify potential targets

Deal evaluation

  • Formulate value creation thesis
  • Submit / Sign Non-Binding Offer
  • Plan / Organize Due Diligence

Deal execution

  • Due Diligence
  • Prepare business case
  • Deal structuring
  • Define financing structure
  • SPA & Deal signing / closing

Deal implementation

  • Confirmatory analysis with top executives of the acquired company
  • Business strategy
  • Retain and attract top talent
  • Complementary acquisitions (if required)

Value creation

  • Operational improvement program
  • Deliver sustainable improvements
  • Measure bottom-line results
  • Risk management

Maximize deal returns

  • Prepare of sale with short & long investment teaser
  • Search for potential buyers
  • Management presentations
  • Sell process and deal execution

Private Equity Process in Google Slides:

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Private Equity Investment Process Strategy and operations in a P/E investment process www.strategypunk.com Acquire Grow Exit Deal identification Right investment focus / thesis Market assessment Identify potential targets Deal evaluation Formulate value creation thesis Deal execution Due Diligenc...

Private Equity Process in Microsoft PowerPoint: